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Ma, Z., C. Penga, Q. Zhub, H. Chenb, G. Yuc, W. Lib, X. Zhoua, W. Wanga, and W. Zhang. 2012. Regional drought-induced reduction in the biomass carbon sink of Canada’s boreal forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109(7):2423–2427.
MacDonald, G. M. 2010. Water, climate change, and sustainability in the southwest. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107:21256–21262.
MacGregor, S. D., and T. G. O'Connor. 2002. Patch dieback of Colophospermum mopane in a dysfunctional semi-arid African savanna. Austral Ecology 27:385–395.
- Macomber, S. A., and C. E. Woodcock. 1994. Mapping and monitoring conifer mortality using remote sensing in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Remote Sensing of Environment 50:255–266.
- Madsen, D. B., and D. Rhode. 1990. Early Holocene pinyon (Pinus monophylla) in the northeastern Great Basin. Quaternary Research 33:94–101.
- Madsen, D. B., D. Rhode, D. K. Grayson, J. M. Broughton, S. D. Livingston, J. Hunt, J. Quade, D. N. Schmitt, M. W. Shaver, III. 2001. Late Quaternary environmental change in the Bonneville basin, western USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 167:243–271.
- Maherali, H., and E. H. DeLucia. 2000. Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on water transport in ponderosa pine. American Journal of Botany 87(2):243–249.
- Maherali, H., and E. I. DeLucia. 2001. Influence of climate-driven shifts in biomass allocation on water transport and storage in ponderosa pine. Oecologia 129:481–491.
- Maherali, H., B. L. Williams, K. N. Paige, and E. H. Delucia. 2002. Hydraulic differentiation of ponderosa pine populations along a climate gradient is not associated with ecotypic divergence. Functional Ecology 16:510–521.
- Mann, M. E., R. S. Bradley, and M. K. Hughes. 1994. Northern hemisphere temperatures during the past millennium: inferences, uncertainties, and limitations. Geophysical Research Letters 26(6):759–762.
- Marshall, J. D., and R. A. Monserud. 1996. Homeostatic gas-exchange parameters inferred from 13C/12C in tree rings of conifers. Oecologia 105:13–21.
- Marshall, J. D., and R. A. Monserud. 2003. Foliage height influences specific leaf area of three conifer species. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33:164–170.
- Masek, J. G., C. Huang, R. Wolfe, W. Cohen, F. Hall, J. Kutler, and P. Nelson. 2008. North American forest disturbance mapped from a decadal Landsat record. Remote Sensing and Environment 112:2914–2926.
- Mast, J. N., P. Z. Fulé, M. M. Moore, W. W. Covington, and A. E. M. Waltz. 1999. Restoration of presettlement age structure of an Arizona ponderosa pine forest. Ecological Applications 9:228–239.
- Mast, J. N., T. T. Veblen, and M. E. Hodgson. 1997. Tree invasion within a pine/grassland ecotone: an approach with historic aerial photography and GIS modeling. Forest Ecology and Management 93:181–194.
- Mast, J. N., T. T. Veblen, and Y. B. Linhart. 1998. Disturbance and climatic influences on age structure of ponderosa pine at the pine/grassland ecotone Colorado Front Range. Journal of Biogeography, 25:743–755.
- Mast, J. N., and J. J. Wolf. 2004. Ecotonal changes and altered tree spatial patterns in lower mixed-conifer forests, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, U.S.A. Landscape Ecology 19:167–180.
- Mast, J. N., and J. J. Wolf. 2006 Spatial patch patterns and altered forest structure in middle elevation versus upper ecotonal mixed-conifer forests, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 236:241–250.
- Masters G. J., V. K. Brown, I. P. Clarke, J. B. Whittaker, and J. A. Hollier. 1998. Direct and indirect effects of climate change on insect herbivores: Auchenorrhyncha (Homoptera). Ecological Entomology 23:45–52.
- McArthur, E. D., S. G. Kitchen, D. W. Uresk, and J. E. Mitchell. 2000. Applicability of Montreal Process Criterion 2 - productive capacity - to rangeland sustainability. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 7: 97–106.
- McAuliffe, J. R., L. A. Scuderi, and L. D. McFadden. 2006. Tree-ring record of hillslope erosion and valley floor dynamics: landscape responses to climate variation during the last 400 yr in the Colorado Plateau, northeastern Arizona. Global and Planetary Change 50:184–201.
- McAuliffe J. R., and T. R. Van Devender. 1998. A 22,000-year record of vegetation change in the north-central Sonoran Desert. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 141:253–275.
- McCabe, G. J., M. A. Palecki, and J. L. Betancourt. 2004. Pacific and Atlantic Ocean influences on multidecadal drought frequency in the United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 101: 4136–4141
- McCarty, J. P. 2001. Ecological consequences of recent climate change. Conservation Biology 15(2):320–331.
- McDowell, N., W. T. Pockman, C. D. Allen, D. D. Breshears, N. Cobb, T. Kolb, J. Plaut, J. Sperry, A. West, D, G. Williams, and E. A. Yepez. 2008. Mechanisms of plant survival and mortality during drought: why do some plants survive while others succumb to drought? New Phytologist 178:719–739.
- McHugh, T. A., and C. A. Gehring. 2006. Below-ground interactions with arbuscular mycorrhizal shrubs decrease the performance of pinyon pine and the abundance of its ectomycorrhizas. New Phytologist 171:171–178.
- McHugh, C. W., T. E. Kolb, and J. L. Wilson. 2003. Bark beetle attacks on ponderosa pine following fire in northern Arizona. Environmental Entomology 32:510–522.
- McKenzie, D., Z. Gedalof, D. L. Peterson, and P. Mote. 2003. Climatic change, wildlife, and conservation. Conservation Biology 18(4):890–902.
- McLachlan, J. S., J. S. Clark, and P. S. Manos. 2005. Molecular Indicators of tree migration capacity under rapid climate change. Ecology 86(8):2088–2098.
- McPherson, G. R., and H. A. Wright. 1989. Direct effects of competition on individual juniper plants: a field study. Journal of Applied Ecology 26:979–988.
- Mensing, S., J. Smith, K. Burkle Norman, and M. Allan. 2008. Extended drought in the Great Basin of western North America in the last two millennia reconstructed from pollen records. Quaternary International 188:79–89.
- Mensing, S. A. 2001. Late-glacial and early Holocene vegetation and climate change near Owens Lake, eastern California. Quaternary Research 55:57–65.
- Meyer, C. L., T. D. Sisk, and W. W. Covington. 2001. Microclimatic changes induced by ecological restoration of ponderosa pine forests in northern Arizona. Restoration Ecology 9(4):443–452.
- Milchunas, D. G., J. Y. King, A. R. Mosier, J. C. Moore, J. A. Morgan, M. H. Quirk, and J. R. Slusser. UV radiation effects on plant growth and forage quality in a shortgrass steppe ecosystem. Photochemistry and Photobiology 79(5):404–410.
- Millar, C. I., R. D. Westfall, and D. L. Delany. 2007. Response of high-elevation limber pine (Pinus flexilis) to multiyear droughts and 20th-century warming, Sierra Nevada, California, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37:2508–2520.
- Mildrexler, D. J., M. Zhao, F. A. Heinsch, and S. W. Running. 2007. A new satellite‐based methodology for continental scale disturbance detection. Ecological Applications 17: 235–250.
- Miller, D. R., B. S. Lindgren, and J. H. Borden. 2005. Dose-dependent pheromone responses of mountain pine beetle in stands of lodgepole pine. Environmental Entomology 34(5):1019–1027.
- Miller, K. B., and Q. D. Wheeler. 2004. Two new genera of Agathidiini from the Nearctic and Neotropical regions (Coleoptera: Leiodidae). The Coleopterists Bulletin 58(4):466–487.
- Miller, M. E. 2005. The structure and functioning of dryland ecosystems: conceptual models to inform long-term ecological monitoring: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5197: 73 p.
- Miller, R. F., and R. J. Tausch. 2001. The role of fire in pinyon and juniper woodlands: a descriptive analysis. In Galley, K. E. M., and T. P. Wilson (eds.). Proceedings of the invasive species workshop: the role of fire in the control and spread of invasive species. Tall Timbers Research Station Miscellaneous Publication 11:15–30.
- Minckley,T. A., C. Whitlock, and P. J. Bartlein. 2007. Vegetation, fire, and climate history of the northwestern Great Basin during the last 14,000 years. Quaternary Science Reviews 26:2167–2184.
- Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. 2007. Federal conditions report: 2007. Forest Health Unit: 24 p.
- Mitton J. B., M. C. Grant, and A. M. Yoshino. 1998. Variation in allozymes and stomatal size in pinyon (Pinus edulis, Pinaceae), associated with soil moisture. American Journal of Botany 85(9):1262–1265.
- Mitton J. B., and K. L. Duran. 2004. Genetic variation in piñon pine, Pinus edulis, associated with summer precipitation. Molecular Ecology 13:1259–1264.
- Moore, M. M., and D. W. Huffman. 2004. Tree encroachment on meadows of the North Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, U.S.A. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 36(4):474–483.
- Moore, M. M., W. W. Covington, and P. Z. Fulé. 1999. Reference conditions and ecological restoration: a Southwestern ponderosa pine perspective. Ecological Applications 9:1266–1277.
- Mueller, R. C., C. M. Scudder, M. E. Porter, R. T. Trotter, III, C. A. Gehring, and T. S. Whitham. 2005. Differential tree mortality in response to severe drought: evidence for long-term vegetation shifts. Journal of Ecology 93:1085–1093.
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